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Ghana/France Commit to Boosting Security and Socio-Economic Development

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, have committed to collaborate more to eradicate the twin evils of terrorism and instability that threatened the security and socio-economic fortunes of Africa and Europe.

Both leaders also pledged to strengthen the bonds of friendship between their countries and forge more mutually beneficial cooperation in the areas of trade and investment to foster sustainable growth and opportunities for the people of Ghana and France.

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Dutch PM Arrives in Ghana

Dutch Prime Minister Mr Mark Rutte arrived in Accra Wednesday night to begin a two-day State visit to Ghana.

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“My experience of Ghana will last forever” - Queen Margarethe II

The Queen of Denmark, Margarethe II, after her three-day State Visit, said her experience of Ghana was very wonderful and would be a lasting memory. 

She stated at a media conference: “I will like to tell everybody that my three days in Ghana has been really wonderful. I have been so kindly been received by, first all, the President, and also by everybody else, that I have come into contact with.

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Ghana Attractive for Investors from Turkey – Turkish Ambassador

Turkey’s Ambassador to Ghana Her Excellency Nesrin Bayazit has commended the political stability, strong democracy and skilled young people in the country indicating that they are factors which have made Ghana attractive for investors from Turkey.

Delivering her keynote address at the Turkey’s National Day celebrations which was held at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel in Accra, Nesrin Bayazit stated that the Turkey-Ghana bilateral relations have been fruitful and encouraged companies from his country to invest in the sub-region.

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